Your struggle and pain are over. Go Rest High.

a life that’s wasted
a breath that’s gone
he knows he’s been fighting this addiction too long

he says he’s sorry
he says he’ll try
he thinks of a prayer and looks up to the sky

it hurts so much
he just can’t stop
he shoots the drugs until he drops

he drops his hopes
he drops his spirit
his soul cries out, you just can’t hear it

a life that’s wasted
a breath that’s gone
the results of heroin – he just couldn’t move on

he slowly lets go
he is slowly dying
he takes his last breaths and quickly starts crying

his life is gone now,
wasted away
the day his life ends, today is the day

We will never forget you. Your daughters miss you more than you can imagine. We miss you more than you can imagine. Unfortunately, we knew the day would come, but it never takes the sting or pain away.

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